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    No. It will create new .iso flies from your game disks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llaffer View Post
    No. It will create new .iso flies from your game disks.
    Are there utilities to verify existing images ?

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    so.. the beginning of the guide says I don't need to convert my .iso files.. which may be true.. I couldn't figure out how to make them work though :-(

    I put them on the root of my usb storage..

    I also put them in a folder called iso

    I did that because they did not show up in the wbfs folder..

    So finally.. I just converted them to wbfs.. put them in the wbfs folder & alls well..

    So at the end of the day I got my wish.. no worries about file size..

    Just kinda strange the iso files wouldn't show up.. in any loader I tried :-(

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    5) Right click on the game title and click 'create .wbfs File(s) With Subdirectories - No Split (if u decided to leave them in .iso format u would select copy to... (Create Subdirectories))

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    5) Right click on the game title and click 'create .wbfs File(s) With Subdirectories - No Split (if u decided to leave them in .iso format u would select copy to... (Create Subdirectories))
    I couldn't just drag & drop ISO files anywhere huh ?

    Shame..aww well the conversion is kind of a pain but it works :-)

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    That "conversion" also saves you a TON of HDD space...

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    The Copy To... and Copy To... (Create Subdirectory) functions don't work in this app, and neither do the two Move to... functions.
    Any reason as to why? Is there a fix to this?
    I would like to use the Copy To... (Create Subdirectory) function to copy my .wbfs files to my USB drive because it's easier to copy them and have the app create the subdirectories without me doing it because I have to create the subdirectories or the folders for each .wbfs individiually myself; or can I just copy and paste the .wbfs files to my USB drive without creating subdirectories for each file?

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    Quote Originally Posted by G.M.Skel View Post
    The Copy To... and Copy To... (Create Subdirectory) functions don't work in this app, and neither do the two Move to... functions.
    Any reason as to why? Is there a fix to this?
    I would like to use the Copy To... (Create Subdirectory) function to copy my .wbfs files to my USB drive because it's easier to copy them and have the app create the subdirectories without me doing it because I have to create the subdirectories or the folders for each .wbfs individiually myself; or can I just copy and paste the .wbfs files to my USB drive without creating subdirectories for each file?
    Anyone?
    I think the reason might be because I changed the file names instead of having the ID names. Could this be it?

    edit:
    Yup, the reason is because I changed the file names.
    Last edited by G.M.Skel; 05-27-2014 at 09:51 AM.

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    can I use an existing drive for this? or do you need a clean drive? I tried making a wbfs folder and putting my wii games in there on one of my drives that has other stiff on their to, but when I plug my drive into my wii and try to load usbloader gx I just get an error message, and wiiflow wont recognize any games.

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    What's the error message? How did you install the games to the hard drive? Did you read the guide that shows how to install content?

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